Welcome to Proposal Development. We are here to support faculty and University personnel in the pursuit and administration of externally funded grants and contracts, in compliance with the requirements established by Federal and State laws, sponsor rules and regulations and University policies and procedures.
Log into Cayuse 424 -Use your MyJSU username and password to log into the Single Sign-on system. Please contact the Office of Sponsored Programs if you have any trouble logging into Cayuse 424.
Complete Proposal Development Guide - This complete guide will help you understand the processes and procedures for developing, submitting, and performing the functions of an externally-funded proposal. Below are links to the individual sections of the guide.
We are here to help you in the preparation and submission of proposals by assisting in the pre-award, award, and post-award activities. We provide advice and assistance with identifying potential sources of funding, development of projects, budget preparation, completing applications, proposal editing and review, as well as other aspects of the proposal development process. A Checklist to assist you in the process is included in the Proposal Development Guidebook. We serve as the facilitator to aid the principal investigator from project inception to closing of a funded grant or contract.
For More Information, contact:
|Dr. Michael Wetherholt
Senior Director, Office of Sponsored Programs
|DUNS Number: 079107165|
|Cage Code # (Federal Agreements): 1CA33||OPE#: 001020|
|Data Universal Number System (DUNS #): 079107165||FIPS Code: 01015|
|Employer ID # / Federal ID # / Tax ID #: 636001099||JSU Entity Description: Code of AL, Section 16-52|
|U.S. Department of Education Federal Entity ID#: 00102000||E-Verify ID #: 482869|
|State of Alabama Vendor Code (STAARS): VC000137236|
|NSF Institutional/Organization Code: 0010207000 If you would like to be added to the NSF Fastlane system as a PI/CO-PI, please contact Lynn Garner at Ext. 8159 or email@example.com|
|SSPOC: Alabama does not participate in the intergovernmental review process. Therefore, Alabama does not have a SPOC. Send application directly to Federal agency.|